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2012 | 67 | 6 | 433 – 441
Article title

BRAL RORTY ANALYTICKÚ FILOZOFIU PRÍLIŠ VÁŽNE?

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EN
Did take Rorty analytic philosophy too seriously?
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
There has been a myth about Richard Rorty circulated within analytic philosophy for long, which is now being dismantled. The myth casts him as a capricious thinker: someone who betrayed his analytic past by conjuring up a foggy form of pragmatism. The author discusses a possibility that does not yet blend in easily with the on-going story of that myth dismantling, namely that Rorty took analytic philosophy too seriously. Rorty’s energies would have been better expended on fleshing out the conception of the post-philosophical culture advertised in his Contingency, irony, and solidarity.
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67
Issue
6
Pages
433 – 441
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